Society & Culture:Documentary
A fascinating conversation with investigative journalist Anna Clark, author of the definitive book on the lead contamination crisis that poisoned the water in Flint, Michigan. Clark's powerful storytelling skills reveal the structural racism entwined with this perfect storm and brings to life the courageous citizens who rose up to fight for their lives against city, state and federal government officials who insisted their coffee-colored water was "perfectly safe."
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Barbara Hackman Franklin: Gender Trailblazer, Nixon White House to Global Boardrooms
WNBA Athletes Raise Their Voices & Their Game
Sarey Ruden: Rebelling Against Male Toxicity on Dating Apps
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Rock Your Profits by Accessing Your Inner Witch
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Protecting Africa's Exotic Animals
Emerging Sports Transforming Girls Lives
Never Underestimate a Refugee Child
Millennials Coping with Covid
Domestic Violence Escalating Under COVID-19
Where Have All the Women Coaches Gone?
African Americans Bearing the Brunt of U.S. COVID-19 Pandemic
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